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Rusty DeMent included in the Business North Carolina Legal Elite 2019

DeMent Askew & Johnson is pleased to announce that Russell (Rusty) DeMent III has been included in the Business North Carolina Legal Elite 2019. Russell W. “Rusty” DeMent III is a seasoned criminal trial attorney that has more than two decades of experience in the courtroom.  He is recognized as an AV Preeminent Peer Rated…

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Russell W. DeMent III selected for 2018 “Best Lawyers in America” publication

DeMent Askew partner Russell W. DeMent III has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2018 “Best Lawyers in America” publication. DeMent received the designation for Criminal Defense: General Practice. “I am honored to be included in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2018 in the field of Criminal Defense: General Practice, and…

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Final passing of the torch…

Growing up I knew I wanted to be like my father. As a small boy, I didn’t know what it meant to be a lawyer, but I knew my father was very good at what he did and commanded the respect of those around him. As I grew to understand what it meant to practice…

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Announcing Our New Website

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

At DeMent Askew, we are focused on our clients’ legal issues. So much in fact, that we did not realize how badly our website needed updating! Please forgive how long it took us. For your convenience this new mobile friendly website to work equally well on you iPhones and iPads as it does your laptop. We intend…

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James Johnson joins DeMent Askew

Criminal Lawyer, DWI Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer.

DeMent Askew is pleased to announce that James Johnson has joined the firm. Mr. Johnson has over 18 years of trial law experience in North Carolina. He is a seasoned litigation attorney. Insurance companies and defense attorneys in North Carolina know that he means business and will take a case all the way to trial unless they are…

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